JANUARY 23, 2008
AUE PHOTOGRAPHS AVAILABLE ON RED BUBBLE
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DECEMBER 30, 2008
It appears the wreck of the Eagle off Islamorada has a new addition - a 32-foot Luhrs named Chaser. The boat was tied into the wreck with divers in the water, when the boat foundered. Its not a good day of diving when you meet your boat in mid-water. Fortunately no one was injured in the mishap. Photos courtesy of Richie Kohler.
NOVEMBER 2, 2008
The temperatures in Florida have finally cooled and its finally time to get back in the caves. A quick trip to North Florida allowed a couple dives at Ginnie Springs and Peacock with a friend. I decided to drag along the camera, which really added to the workout -- its definitely not easy getting good shots in the cave! However, I am looking forward to working more in this environment in the coming months....
"FLORIDA'S SHIPWRECKS" NOW AVAILABLE!
The new book Florida's Shipwrecks is now available! It can be found at most major Florida book retailers, Amazon, as well as directly from the AUE website here:
$19.99 each, plus tax (applicable to Florida sales), plus $6.00 shipping/handling.
FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY:
Get the classic Shipwrecks of the Sunshine State for only $10 when purchased with Florida's Shipwrecks!
$29.99, plus tax (applicable to Florida sales), plus $6.00 shipping/handling.
A TRIO OF BOYNTON BEACH WRECKS
With absolutely no current, it was a good weekend to hit some wrecks off Boynton Beach, including the Skyecliffe, Castor, and "Budweiser Bar Wreck."
More images from the weekend can be seen HERE.
U.S. NAVY NON-SUBMARINE CONTACTS IN THE WESTERN ATLANTIC AND CARIBBEAN SEA
To view this document, click HERE.
SEPTEMBER 5, 2008
ST. PETERSBURG TIMES NEWSPAPER ARTICLE ON THE IDENTIFICATION OF THE "SOUTH JACK WRECK"
To read the article, click HERE.